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by Brenna Thummler. Lion Forge, 2018

This is a story about Marjorie Glatt who hates laundry and ghosts while feeling invisible like a ghost herself. Marjorie goes to middle school during the day and runs home afterwards to run the family laundromat because after the tragic death of her mother, her father, while "still 100% opaque" is rarely visible in her life.

This is a story about loss and the power of friendship.

Grades 5+

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